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It's a real Mario Kart!

The race controller

Only go off-road when you want to

Buildable track

Race sounds

Coming in October

Mario Kart racing won't need a television anymore with this special edition of the Hot Wheels AI Intelligent Racing System. 

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Instead of a Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controller, you will use this to steer your racer on the track.

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This track is smart enough to keep all the racers within its boundaries by default. To turn that off, you can select "RC Mode" on the controller.

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The Starter Set's track comes in 26 pieces that can be reshaped into 20 unique tracks.

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Race sounds and character voices play from the remote.

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The starter kit, which will include the track along with Mario and Yoshi cars, is going to be a Toys "R" Us exclusive releasing in October for $135 (pricing converts roughly to £105 and AU$170). Other Mario Kart characters will be sold separately for $25 (roughly £20 and AU$30).

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